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SQL Server 2008 FILESTREAM – How do I find the size of the FILESTREAM data stored in a column?

Aug 17 2009 6:54PM by Jacob Sebastian   

When a VARBINARY(MAX) column is marked with the FILESTREAM attribute, the limitation of 2GB is not applicable on the value any more. You can store values larger than 2GB in such a column. The maximum size is limited only by the size of the disk.

A FILESTREAM column can be accessed from TSQL, just like you access any VARBINARY(MAX) column. To find the size (number of bytes occupied) of a FILESTREAM column, you can use the DATALENGTH() function.

SELECT 
DATALENGTH(ColumnName) AS SizeOfData
FROM TableName

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